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Stratigraphic evolution of Triassic arc-backarc system in northwestern Croatia
Middle Triassic arc-related extensional tectonics in the western Tethys generated a complex pattern of intra-and backarc basins. We studied volcano-sedimentary successions of subsidedExpand
Early Triassic conodonts and carbonate carbon isotope record of the Idrija–Žiri area, Slovenia
The first recovery of the conodont Hindeodus parvus from Žiri (Slovenia) a few years ago highlights this area for Early Triassic biostratigraphical study. Systematic sampling of five sections in theExpand
A Middle Jurassic Radiolarite-Clastic Succession from the Medvednica Mt. (NW Croatia)
On the NW part of Medvednica Mt. radiolarites with carbonate olistoliths, shales and siltites, matrix-supported conglomerates and basic volcanic rocks were investigated. This facies association isExpand
Foraminifera from the Permian-Triassic transition in western Slovenia
Foraminifers from the Upper Permian Bellerophon Formation, Permian-Triassic "transitional beds" and lowermost Tri- assic "streaky limestone member" of the Luka Formation in the Luka section, westernExpand
Late Triassic sedimentary evolution of Slovenian Basin (eastern Southern Alps): description and correlation of the Slatnik Formation
Successions of the Slovenian Basin structurally belong to the easternmost Southern Alps. During the Late Triassic, they were part of the Adriatic continental margin. Norian–Rhaetian successions ofExpand
Middle Triassic carbonate-platform break-up and formation of small-scale half-grabens (Julian and Kamnik–Savinja Alps, Slovenia)
In the Julian Alps (Mt. Prisojnik, NW Slovenia) and in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps (Mt. Križevnik, N Slovenia), both of which form part of the eastern Southern Alps, several meters of Upper AnisianExpand
The Slovenian Basin during the Triassic in the Light of Conodont Data
The Slovenian Basin extends in an east-west direction of central Slovenia. Westwards it continues nearly to the Italian border, and eastwards it passes into neighbouring Croatia and Hungary. TheExpand
Paleogeographic significance of Upper Triassic basinal succession of the Tamar Valley, northern Julian Alps (Slovenia)
Abstract The Julian Alps (western Slovenia) structurally belong to the eastern Southern Alps. The Upper Triassic succession mostly consists of shallow water platform carbonates of the DolomiaExpand
Volcanic facies analysis of a subaqueous basalt lava-flow complex at Hruškovec, NW Croatia — Evidence of advanced rifting in the Tethyan domain
Abstract The Hruskovec quarry of basaltoid rocks is situated on the northwestern slopes of Mt. Kalnik, within the Zagorje–Mid-Transdanubian zone, a part of the North-western Dinarides. The basaltoidsExpand
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